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Patrick HadleyEnglish composer. Beatrice Hastingswriter, poet and literary critic, moved to the town in the s and publishing two books in the town. Harry HayAmerican gay rights activist, was born in Worthing in before emigrating with his parents to the United States. Edward Hentypioneer, was born in Tarring in
James HentyAustralian pioneer, merchant Housewives looking nsa Canberra-Queanbeyan politician, was born in Tarring in Stephen Hentyfarmer and politician, was born in Tarring in William Hentywas born in Tarring in and is best-known for having bowled the first ever ball in a first class cricket match in Australia Christopher Hewettactor best known for the role of the butler Lynn Belvedere on the sitcom Mr.
Belvederewas born in Worthing in Jamie Hewletta British comic book artist and deer, lived in Worthing.
History of Worthing
Ken Howardsongwriter, lyricist and author, was born in Worthing. In the 13th century, the manor of Worthing was owned by Margaret de Gaddesden, a descendant of Robert le Sauvage.
By giving away their property to the church it is likely that Margaret and Sir William were acting in fear of their souls as the medieval church taught damnation was likely. It then became the property of Anthony Browne, 1st Viscount Montaguwhose family held the manor of Worthing for over years. Penn actually wrote Worden in some letters and in the beginning of an autobiography, which is how Worthing would have been pronounced by the people of Sussex at this time.
John Luther, from Londonstarted the trend, building a large lodging house around  at the south end of High Street. Over the course of the next century Worthing became a fashionable resort on the circuit along with the towns of BathBrighton, Bognor RegisCheltenham and Margate.
Portrait of Princess Amelia in Her visit to Worthing in was the first of several royal visits which did much to make the town fashionable Royal visits from Princess Amelia inPrincess Charlotte in and Princess Augusta in did much to make the town popular. Notable visitors to the fashionable town of Worthing in worthing park models 19th century included novelist Ann Radcliffe the Duke of Northumberland inHenry Dundas inMldels Austen inLord Santon sex eagles lets fuck etc in the Duke of Cumberland inGeorge Eliot in Oscar Wilde in andwho wrote his masterpiece The Importance of Being Earnest while staying in the town inand the future Emperor Maximilian of Mexico.
In Worthing's population was approximately 2, and the hamlet was given town status. Cross Lane was renamed Montague Street and kodels on to become one of the new town's key thoroughfares.
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A turnpike road was built around this time linking Worthing directly to Horsham and London for the first time. The wall was built from the sea to the banks of the Teville Streamwhich could only easily be crossed at one point — the bridge at the top of the High Street, close to the Anchor public house today's Jack Horner. Since the Teville Stream flows east and south to the sea, this effectively gave the town just one Woman pussy Jingdezhen China of entry and exit, worthiing 'undesirables' to be kept out.
Intwo infants' schools opened, mainly through the efforts of the Revd. Excise officers chased a group of some two to three hundred men, one of Sussex's last smuggling gangs,  up the town's High Street and alleyways known in the Sussex dialect as twittens towards Broadwater. As the group slowed down to climb the gate guarding the bridge over the Teville Stream that would take them out of Worthing into open fields, horse-mounted excise officers opened fire at point-blank range on the crowd, who were armed only with wooden staves.
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Lady wants sex CA Redlands 92374 They shot dead William Cowerson of Steyning and injured several others. As with many towns and villages in Sussex and Kentclose proximity to the Continent made the trade of smuggling a lucrative and popular business. In the railway was extended from Shoreham to Worthing, linking the town by rail with London and the railway network.
On November 25, eleven local fishermen were drowned as they set out from the town's beach to save the crew of the barque the Owrthing Rookha trading vessel of around tons. The Omdels capsized, and a second boat was launched, returning with the news that the Britannia was lost with all lives.
Soon afterwards the town's inhabitants subscribed for the town's first lifeboat. Objecting to the militant anti-drinking stance taken by the Salvation Army,  many formed a group known as the Skeleton Army that rioted in the town. In the town received its Royal Charter and became the borough of Worthing.
Worthing absorbed the neighbouring area of West Worthing and parish of Heene. In an outbreak of typhoid fever caused fatalities in the town, after 1, people caught the disease. The relatively young council took swift worthinv, and by the town had a new drainage system. In the borough of Worthing expanded to include parts of Broadwater and West Tarring.
In the borough of Worthing expanded to include Goring and Durrington. And in the borough of Worthing expanded again to include the west of Sompting and the south of Findon.
Later that year, Budd, who lived at Greenville, Grove Road, was elected to the town council as the independent representative of Ham Ward in Broadwater. He was duly re-elected and the national press reported that Worthing was the first town in the country to elect a fascist councillor. They spent their first six weeks in the UK at the Warnes Hotel, one of the town's top hotels at the time.
During World War IIa hole was blown through Worthing Pier to prevent it being used as a landing stage in the event of an invasion. Barbed wire was spread across the beach, which was also mined.
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Canadian soldiers stayed in several parts of the town, including the former site of the town's rugby club in Tarring  and at Park Crescent in the town centre. Courtlandsan impressive country house in the Goring area of the town was used as headquarters of the First Canadian Army. During World War II, food supplies were scarce and rationed. After the war, the people of Worthing donated a stained glass window to the people of Timaru in thanks for their efforts.
The redbrick housing estate used Prisoner of War labour, and was built between and In the late 20th century many of the town's historic buildings were demolished by planners eager to 'modernise' the town.
Notable losses included the town's Theatre Royal, the Old Town Hall, dating frommedieval Offington Hallthe mansion at Charmandeana medieval fig garden in Tarring and dozens of Victorian villas throughout the town. The Daewoo Nubira was engineered at the company's Worthing Technical Centre now defunct in the s In the late 20th century, Worthing had a ificant motor industry. In the s and s, Dutton Cars produced kit cars from their Worthing headquarters, and for a time was the largest manufacturer of kit cars in the world.
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The company went on to produce two models of amphibious car, that could be 'driven' across land and worthimg. Since Mayenvironmentalist protesters have been tree sitting at Titnore Woodin the Durrington area of the town. The action is in protest at plans to build houses and a road-widening scheme through ancient woodland modeps the edge of the town. From FebruaryWorthing will host the reopened public inquiry into the proposed national park for the South Downs.